Colorado’s largest company was instrumental in the creation of this huge project. aquarium In a Berlin hotel that suddenly burst — sending thousands of gallons of water and more than 1,500 tropical fish into The lobby and the street — is dispatching a team to investigate the rupture Initial reports show a steady increase in reporting to “material fatigue.”
Acrylic panels Reynolds Polymer Technology, based in Grand Junction, Colo., were used in the construction of the 82-feet tall AquaDom at the ritzy Radisson Collection Hotel which burst Friday.
According to the statement from the company, “at this point, it is too early to determine the factor or factors that would produce such a failure.”
However, Iris Spranger Berlin’s top security official, told German media that the initial indications appear to Point to “metal fatigue.”
It is a huge deal aquarium exploded around 6 a.m. Friday local time and 200,000 gallons of water and more than 1,500 brightly colored tropical fish flooded the lobby and poured out into the street, causing around three hundred guests at the hotel to evacuated.
The vast majority of the fish had been killed but some of those at the bottom were still alive.